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a Little SQL with a Little R

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous teaching and research awards along the way. He then took a faculty position at a college where, several years later, he decided to become literate in analytic…See More
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a Little SQL with a Little R

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous teaching and research awards along the way. He then took a faculty position at a college where, several years later, he decided to become literate in analytic…See More
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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who asked if I'd ever used the R …See More
Jul 4
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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who asked if I'd ever used the R …See More
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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part II

In PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I, I began to discuss how data that was too big for RAM is handled in R, a memory-constrained statistical platform. I attempted to demonstrate the…See More
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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part II

In PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I, I began to discuss how data that was too big for RAM is handled in R, a memory-constrained statistical platform. I attempted to demonstrate the…See More
Jun 13
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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I

In a blog from three months ago, I wrote on "kind of" big data in R. The "kind of" was meant as a caveat that data size in R is limited by RAM. I also mentioned the potential of working with relational data stores for even larger data, and made a vague…See More
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steve miller commented on steve miller's blog post PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I
"Pascal -- Thanks much for the update. I wasn't aware of MonetDB's embedding capability. I've embedded R in PostgreSQL and am pretty sure it also works with Oracle, SQL Server, and others. I'm apprehensive about committing to a…"
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Pascal Heus commented on steve miller's blog post PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I
"Great to see MonetDB mentioned here, it is indeed a hidden gem. Couple of things I would like to add to your list of features. One is that you can also run R embedded in MonetDB, which alleviates the need to move data back and forth. This…"
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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I

In a blog from three months ago, I wrote on "kind of" big data in R. The "kind of" was meant as a caveat that data size in R is limited by RAM. I also mentioned the potential of working with relational data stores for even larger data, and made a vague…See More
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40 years experience in consulting services surrounding BI, statistics, analytics, and data science. Most recent position was President of Inquidia Consulting and EVP of BI/Analytics at Braun Consulting. have been a writer for information management, dataversity, and beyenetwork for 12 years.
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Steve miller's Blog

a Little SQL with a Little R

Posted on July 16, 2018 at 12:02pm 0 Comments

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous…

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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

Posted on July 2, 2018 at 11:30am 0 Comments

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who…

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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part II

Posted on June 13, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

In PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I, I began to discuss how data that was too big for RAM is handled in R, a memory-constrained statistical platform.…

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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I

Posted on June 4, 2018 at 11:00am 2 Comments

In a blog from three months ago, I wrote on "kind of" big data in R. The "kind of" was meant as a caveat that data size in R is limited by RAM. I also mentioned the potential of working with relational data stores for…

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